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Posted on 2001-06-19
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Hello,

How would I go about forwarding my email from one account to another?

Let's just say I have an email address blah@blah.com (no its not real!!!).  I am going on vacation and would like to forward all the email I get in this account to my hotmail account.

Any help would be appreciated,
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There should be a forward option in the original e-mail account. Just click on this and enter the new e-mail address - click send  - its as simple as that...
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If you're running Outlook 98 or 2000, you can use Rule Wizards or Out of Office features to setup forward emails
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